How to Remove Stubborn Dry-Erase Board Stains

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How to remove stubborn dry-erase board stains

 

Happy Friday to you readers!

 

Today’s Friday Fast Fix is truly fast. How many of you have experienced the frustration of dry-erase board stains that just would not come clean, even with the help of overpriced fancy sprays? ME TOO.

The Stain

 

Case in point: My weekly meal planner. It is such a lifesaver when it comes to meal-planning! (Sadly, it is no longer available anywhere. What gives? I did find a similar weekly planner here though.) Either way, by the time the dry-erase marker has sat there for a week, it never wants to leave.

 

Finally figured out the solution to those marks that just won’t go.

 

Here are the remnants I could not erase for the life of me:

 

Friday Fast Fix: How to remove stubborn dry-erase board stains
Close-up of frustrating stain

 

And here’s my A-ha! moment. What if I colored the stain with dry erase marker? Might it reactivate the old marks? Worth a shot.

 

Friday Fast Fix: Remove Stubborn Dry Erase Board Stains
Scribble, scribble.

 

Now, erase.

 

Friday Fast Fix: How to remove stubborn dry erase board stains
Woo-hoo!

 

Success! Loss of frustration! Exuberant gleefulness!

 

It really was that easy. Remember this next time you have a stubborn dry-erase board stain. Annihilate it! 🙂

 

How to remove stubborn dry-erase board stains

Have a great weekend everyone.

Peace, Love, and Dry-Erased Boards,

Danielle

 

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